It is incredibly difficult to preserve experimental electronic music, and to re-perform it later – especially in the era of escalating software updates, rendering certain equipment obsolete. Dr. Hannah Bosma from the University of Amsterdam will present her investigation into the preservation and archiving of electroacoustic performance during the Sonic Landscape Symposium. Taking place on Friday 3 April, the Sonic Landscape Symposium is a one day academic symposium will examining the interrelationships between sound, society and the natural world, with a focus on archiving, happening on Friday 3 April during Rewire 2020. It has been co-developed with The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision’s RE:VIVE initiative, with support from ArtEz and Beeld en Geluid Den Haag.
Registration is required for the symposium. Register Here.